Journal of Fisheries Research

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Editor Note - Journal of Fisheries Research (2020) Volume 4, Issue 2

Fisheries science is helpful for global future.

Abhijit Mitra*

Department of Marine Science, University of Calcutta, India

Corresponding Author:
Abhijit Mitra
Department of Marine Science
University of Calcutta Kolkata, India
E-mail: [email protected]

Accepted Date : July 24, 2020

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Abstract

Journal of Fisheries Research (JFR) is an open access s journal that concentrations on wide-ranging parts of fisheries together in the wild and the farms by emphasizing the active organization methods to encourage the modern artifacts and technical knowledge to advance safe and effective practices. This journal conveys global opportunity for publish articles in the parts of fisheries science, fisheries management, fishing technology and relevant socio-economics. The scope covers Fisheries science, Fishing technology, Aquaculture, Fisheries management, Fish farming, Fishery Biology, Fish Feed Technologies, Water pollution, Aquaculture Practices, Fish Production, Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries. Both academic and applied articles are satisfactory, counting research laboratory and field investigational scholarships related to fish science.

Journal of Fisheries Research (JFR) is an open access s journal that concentrations on wide-ranging parts of fisheries together in the wild and the farms by emphasizing the active organization methods to encourage the modern artifacts and technical knowledge to advance safe and effective practices. This journal conveys global opportunity for publish articles in the parts of fisheries science, fisheries management, fishing technology and relevant socio-economics. The scope covers Fisheries science, Fishing technology, Aquaculture, Fisheries management, Fish farming, Fishery Biology, Fish Feed Technologies, Water pollution, Aquaculture Practices, Fish Production, Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries. Both academic and applied articles are satisfactory, counting research laboratory and field investigational scholarships related to fish science.

Keywords

Aquaculture, Water pollution, Fisheries management, Fishery Biology.

Editor Note

Journal of Fisheries Research (JFR) is an open access s journal that concentrations on wide-ranging parts of fisheries together in the wild and the farms by emphasizing the active organization methods to encourage the modern artifacts and technical knowledge to advance safe and effective practices.

This journal conveys global opportunity for publish articles in the parts of fisheries science, fisheries management, fishing technology and relevant socio-economics. The scope covers Fisheries science, Fishing technology, Aquaculture, Fisheries management, Fish farming, Fishery Biology, Fish Feed Technologies, Water pollution, Aquaculture Practices, Fish Production, Tropical Aquaculture and Fisheries. Both academic and applied articles are satisfactory, counting research laboratory and field investigational scholarships related to fish science.

Our journal is going to release current issue volume 4 issue 2 in this issue there are different types of articles and those articles are related to diverse scope of the journal. All articles from dissimilar countries and all articles are very interesting and these articles are helpful for the global young researcher.

Nautiyal et al. explains about the article entitled “Growth rate determination of the endangered mahseer, tor tor (Hamilton 1822) from the bundelkhand region, central India”. According to this study author well-defined the development rate of edandangerd species cyprinid fish tor tor. Also known as tor mahseer which is found in found in fast-flowing rivers and streams with rocky bottoms in India and other countries. In this study Age structure was recorded by obtaining samples of Tor tor during 2003-2004 since the shop sideways the rivers Ken, Paisuni and Tons. fishes age was noted 6+ in the Ken and Paisuni rivers although 8+ in the Tons river. According to this study Paisuniriver is more suitable for growing of T. tor.

Ishimatsu A published his article entitled “Mudskippers in the Mekong Delta might tell us something about vertebrate transition to land?” in this study author described about fouryear review in the field in the place named Mekong Delta which is located in Vietnam, and discovered mudskippers a special species.

Paramasivam published a Short commentary on the population structure of Deep sea Shrimp, Aristeusalcocki from India. This commenatry is on his previous research article. this study is about genetic survey of A. alcocki which was examined by the use of microsatellite markers based on the presences of their significant landscapes, that show optimal nuclear markers for population structure and genetic study resolutions of the species.

Brian Poh explains about the Estimating predation rates of restocked individuals: The influence of timingof-release on metapenaeid (shrimp) survival. In this study, author estimated predation rates in fish on hatcheryraised post-larval Western School Prawnto notify the growth of effective statement procedures.

I would like to thank all the researchers who are doing different kind of research for fisheries science, writers for building the experimental demonstration in their manuscripts. I cherish all the Editors and reviewers of our Journal who is the part of journal an achievement. I expect this support would be constant by altogether and it will continue the standard of the Journal.